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VIRGINIA HOLOCAUST MUSEUM welcome to Open Seven Days A Week Exterior of VHM Building The new front entrance of the VHM complete with new train tracks on the floor. Outside of the VHM leading up to the Museum's front doors The Dachau exhibit at VHM showing bunks filled with prisoners on the left, a striped uniform with a Jewish star on it in the center, and a German desk with a typewriter on iy on the right. the DP Camp exhibit at the VHM showing black and white cutouts of former prisoners holding signs looking for a new home

Welcome to the Virginia Holocaust Museum

What our visitors say about their experience to the Virginia Holocaust Museum

About The Virginia Holocaust Museum

Founded in 1997, the Virginia Holocaust Museum (VHM) is a place for Holocaust remembrance, preservation and education. With more than 120,000 square feet of space, the Museum uses its unique exhibits, programming, and outreach to teach about the dangers of hate, prejudice and indifference.

Permanent Exhibits

The permanent exhibits at the Museum narrate the complex and sobering history of the Holocaust. As visitors progress through these exhibits... Learn More


Community Programs

Each spring we commemorate Yom HaShaoh at the museum. And each fall we host our Annual Meeting at the Museum as well. Learn More



Above is a snapshot of our Violins of Hope Concert with the Richmond Symphony held at Richmond's Cathedral of the Sacred Heart church. We also have a vibrant Speakers Bureau where we can match your group with one of our survivor speakers. Learn More


Plan Your Visit

The Virginia Holocaust Museum (VHM) is located at 2000 East Cary Street in Richmond, Virginia. Free parking is easily accessible in our private parking lot adjacent to our front doors.

Plan Your Visit

The Museum is open seven days a week. Parking is free and located right across from our front doors. Admission is free, but we do suggest a donation of $6 per person. Learn More


Holocaust liberator AlAN Moskin sitting in a gray chair while being filmed for DIT.

Dimensions in Testimony℠ Theater

Coming Soon! Our Dimensions in Testimony theater from USC Shoah Foundation is under construction. Stay tuned for updates.


A docent leading a Museum group tour for middle school children.

Group Tours

Close to 50,000 individuals tour the Museum each year. We offer Group Tours for groups with 10 or more individuals.  Learn More.


Museum Venues

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